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  • Wealthy Poles can shop in a German film set
  • Wealthy Poles can shop in a German film set
    Kaufhaus Görlitz ©
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Wealthy Poles can shop in a German film set

Opening a luxury department store in Germany's poorest town might not seem like a good idea. But Görlitz is on the border - a short trip for big spenders in neighboring Poland and the Czech Republic, where high net-worth individuals account for 4% of the population.

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